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Master Geek
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# 138159 22-Dec-2013 15:33
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Anyone else having issues with this today?  If I hit bbc.co.uk/iplayer or itv.com I get a blank screen.  I contacted tech support, but they seem to be as good as useless. :-(

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# 956199 22-Dec-2013 15:42
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Yep. Been involved in a support thread which talks about flushing DNS caches and your browser history/cache/cookies.

None of which has worked.

unblock-us thread


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  # 956211 22-Dec-2013 16:03
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I think they been revamping ip checking and adding vpns and other unblockers to their servers


why not try 3 day trail account from (VPNS) vpnsecure.ME normally I have no problems using their
vpn or http proxy or sock servers around the world they have 20 to choose from

just go with the http proxy.plan and insert it into browser.. its cheap at $5 a month if decide to stick with them

and the admin is in australia.

 
 
 
 


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  # 956227 22-Dec-2013 16:38
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~2 Mbps on SS DNS.

Slingshot AYCE unlimited VDSL.




NZ / AU Battlefield 4 Gaming Community
http://www.sonsofvalour.net/forums/forum.php

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  # 956258 22-Dec-2013 17:27
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Must be isolated. No issues here. Getting an OK ish speed to the UK and iPlayer streaming fine.





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  # 956520 23-Dec-2013 11:56
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PoHq: Must be isolated. No issues here. Getting an OK ish speed to the UK and iPlayer streaming fine.



Using Unblock-Us....?

Setup a trial with another crowd and that is working fine.....

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  # 956540 23-Dec-2013 12:36
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Yes using unblock US. No issues here.

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  # 956544 23-Dec-2013 12:45
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No issues here either using unblock-us.

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek
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  # 956776 24-Dec-2013 06:59
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Wonder if it is ISP specific? What DNS server are you using?

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  # 956824 24-Dec-2013 09:45
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No issues with unblock-us here either, using Snap UFB

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  # 956887 24-Dec-2013 11:09
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They seem to think it is ISP specific. Most annoying.

RXV



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Master Geek
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  # 956901 24-Dec-2013 11:52
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I'm with Telecom

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  # 957022 24-Dec-2013 18:10
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RXV: I'm with Telecom


Ditto

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  # 957042 24-Dec-2013 18:49
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working fine for me using http://tunlr.net
I'm using telecom

RXV



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  # 957100 24-Dec-2013 22:55
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mckenndk: working fine for me using http://tunlr.net
I'm using telecom

Unfortunately tunlr doesn't support BBC on a Samsung TV. Hopefully they get a solution soon.

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  # 957444 26-Dec-2013 09:47
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Yes I have the same issue. I'm with Telecom and I think it is something to do with Flash content not getting though. I have tried tunnel bear and it works so not sure if it is an ISP issue. Interesting how some people have no issue. I'm using a PC on VDSL..

un-block support team is very disappointing..

gonna try a wireshark dump to see if there is anything..

if you guys find a way let me know.

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